Wednesday, April 30, 2014

The Unaltered Diamond Series Almost Ready For Print



Even though my Kickstarter campaign didn't reach success, I'm still moving forward with my goal to print The Unaltered Series. At last count, just over 160,000 total downloads of the four books combined have taken place since May 2011 (the majority coming from book one because it's a free book available on Kindle, Nook, iBooks, and many other formats.)

My goal is to print all four books and send sets to school libraries so more teens and preteens can have the opportunity to read my books for free. Not everyone owns a digital device to read ebooks. Some people simply prefer physical books over digital ones. This is one of the biggest reasons I want to provide school libraries with a set of the series at my cost. If you'd like your school library to be added to the list to receive the series, leave a comment below naming the school, city, and state.




7 comments:

  1. I plan on sending to these schools:
    South Fremont Jr. High, Saint. Anthony, ID
    South Fremont High, Saint. Anthony, ID
    Madison High, Rexburg, ID
    Skamania Elementary, Skamania, WA
    Washougal High, Washougal, WA

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    1. I will talk with administration at my school to see if it would be okay with them, and I will reply later with their response. When is your deadline for excepting schools?

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  2. Hi, thanks for asking your school administration. I don't have a deadline for accepting school names to the list. My financial ability to send free sets will be the only limit.

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    1. Okay, so I talked to the administration, and they said that it was an awesome opportunity. The two schools I'd like to represent are: Waterloo Jr. High, Waterloo, IL;and Waterloo High School, Waterloo, IL.

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  3. We would love to have copies sent to Emmett High School and Emmett Middle School in Emmett, Idaho

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  4. Your books have gotten us hooked! We would absolutely love them to be shared at our Saint Joseph County Library in South Bend, IN and our high school, new Prairie High in New Carlisle, IN. We'd love for everyone to be able to fall into you stories there!,

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